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New ARTPOP promotional outtake shot by Inez and Vinoodh

New ARTPOP promotional outtake shot by Inez and Vinoodh

inezandvinoodh:

Unpublished portrait of our story with @ladygaga for @portermagazine ! So excited to see the concert tonight at roseland. For now watch our video here http://youtu.be/I4pJ2Rf3j0A (this is why we love this girl!) Kisses iv

inezandvinoodh:

Unpublished portrait of our story with @ladygaga for @portermagazine ! So excited to see the concert tonight at roseland. For now watch our video here http://youtu.be/I4pJ2Rf3j0A (this is why we love this girl!) Kisses iv


@PORTERmagazine: An unseen shot from inside our @LadyGaga cover story. On sale April 4. #GagaForPORTTER 

@PORTERmagazine: An unseen shot from inside our @LadyGaga cover story. On sale April 4. #GagaForPORTTER 

Gaga’s interview and performance for PORTER Magazine

This album is a celebration. My pain exploding in electronic music. It’s heavy, but after I listen to it, I feel happy again, I feel lighter.

inezandvinoodh:

Love you lots sweet friend @ladygaga ! Kisses iv #japaneseghostbride

inezandvinoodh:

Love you lots sweet friend @ladygaga ! Kisses iv #japaneseghostbride

New outtake from the ‘Applause’ music video featured in a new V Magazine interview with Donatella Versace.

The first time I met Lady Gaga was when she borrowed pieces from the Versace archive for “The Edge of Glory” video. Of course I knew all about her, and I was curious to meet her. The way that we met immediately told me she was someone different; she didn’t want us to make her a special piece, or to do a short-term project. She wanted to get to know the heart of the brand, almost like a student coming to do research. I thought she looked incredible in the pieces. The way she wore Versace in that video showed young people around the world the energy and attitude of Versace. 
For me, the Spring/Summer 2014 collection was about 21st-century Versace. It was about the way that women today wear Versace, women like Lady Gaga. She can be wearing the most glamorous gown, the provocative Medusa harness, or one of our rock tour T-shirts. 
It means so much that she finds strength and character through dressing in the Versace way. It’s interesting because this is how I’ve always looked, since I was a teenager. I’ve never experimented with different personas in the way that she has. It makes me admire her even more, and makes me even more grateful that she wanted to experiment with the Versace look.
Music is something that is always there in my life. In our design studio, the volume is always turned up. I love it when my young design team plays me things that excite them, even if it is something that at first I don’t understand. I like music to challenge me, to make me think, and there is something very special about Lady Gaga’s music. I love that the songs are loud, energetic, wild, and unexpected. But then I also love it when Gaga sits at a piano, on her own, and sings the same song as if it’s a ballad or a love song. The fact that she can do this shows that in every single one of her songs she has put her true heart. 

http://vmagazine.com/site/content/2264/donatella-versace-my-ringtone-is-applause

New outtake from the ‘Applause’ music video featured in a new V Magazine interview with Donatella Versace.

The first time I met Lady Gaga was when she borrowed pieces from the Versace archive for “The Edge of Glory” video. Of course I knew all about her, and I was curious to meet her. The way that we met immediately told me she was someone different; she didn’t want us to make her a special piece, or to do a short-term project. She wanted to get to know the heart of the brand, almost like a student coming to do research. I thought she looked incredible in the pieces. The way she wore Versace in that video showed young people around the world the energy and attitude of Versace. 

For me, the Spring/Summer 2014 collection was about 21st-century Versace. It was about the way that women today wear Versace, women like Lady Gaga. She can be wearing the most glamorous gown, the provocative Medusa harness, or one of our rock tour T-shirts. 

It means so much that she finds strength and character through dressing in the Versace way. It’s interesting because this is how I’ve always looked, since I was a teenager. I’ve never experimented with different personas in the way that she has. It makes me admire her even more, and makes me even more grateful that she wanted to experiment with the Versace look.

Music is something that is always there in my life. In our design studio, the volume is always turned up. I love it when my young design team plays me things that excite them, even if it is something that at first I don’t understand. I like music to challenge me, to make me think, and there is something very special about Lady Gaga’s music. I love that the songs are loud, energetic, wild, and unexpected. But then I also love it when Gaga sits at a piano, on her own, and sings the same song as if it’s a ballad or a love song. The fact that she can do this shows that in every single one of her songs she has put her true heart. 

http://vmagazine.com/site/content/2264/donatella-versace-my-ringtone-is-applause

thoughtfuldresser:

Inside of Gaga’s issue of Fashion Magazine

Gaga on the cover of Fashion Magazine.
On her intimate relationship with fashion:

“Fashion is that thing that saved me from being sad. I’ve always cared about my costumes and my clothes. When I leave my apartment I like to look pretty for my fans but not [in a] hot sexy girl [way]—I don’t care about that, I just want to make you feel something with what I wear. I want you to feel happy and enjoy the theatre of my life the way that I do. No matter what happens with my music and wherever I go that—that heart of that glamorous girl in New York will never be gone. This is who I am and its never been an act and its never been marketing. This is me all the way to my core and fashion is a big part of my life.”

On battling depression by making music:

“I put all my pain into my work and as joyful as this album is, this joy and if you look at the album cover there’s an explosion of joy that is coming from a place of intense sadness that’s been in my heart since I was younger and this is why we understand each other because I was not born happy, naturally always joyful or believing in myself. I was born with a sad heart. I didn’t feel alive unless I was on a stage.”

On the power of Donatella Versace:

“I don’t always have anyone to look up to. It can be kind of lonely because you know some people have been very accepting of me as an artist and some people haven’t. Seeing  where Donatella is and how far she’s come and continues to go makes me feel like I have a role model. I have somebody I can look up to and say ‘I can be that’ or maybe I can at least try.”

On finding Mr. Gaga: 

“It has been hard for me to find it but I have found love. When you meet someone that’s not intimidated by the amazing people that are around you [or] by the love that you receive—that’s love. Men weren’t always happy for me. It was very challenging to watch a woman be so successful.”  (x)

Gaga on the cover of Fashion Magazine.

On her intimate relationship with fashion:

“Fashion is that thing that saved me from being sad. I’ve always cared about my costumes and my clothes. When I leave my apartment I like to look pretty for my fans but not [in a] hot sexy girl [way]—I don’t care about that, I just want to make you feel something with what I wear. I want you to feel happy and enjoy the theatre of my life the way that I do. No matter what happens with my music and wherever I go that—that heart of that glamorous girl in New York will never be gone. This is who I am and its never been an act and its never been marketing. This is me all the way to my core and fashion is a big part of my life.”

On battling depression by making music:

“I put all my pain into my work and as joyful as this album is, this joy and if you look at the album cover there’s an explosion of joy that is coming from a place of intense sadness that’s been in my heart since I was younger and this is why we understand each other because I was not born happy, naturally always joyful or believing in myself. I was born with a sad heart. I didn’t feel alive unless I was on a stage.”

On the power of Donatella Versace:

“I don’t always have anyone to look up to. It can be kind of lonely because you know some people have been very accepting of me as an artist and some people haven’t. Seeing  where Donatella is and how far she’s come and continues to go makes me feel like I have a role model. I have somebody I can look up to and say ‘I can be that’ or maybe I can at least try.”

On finding Mr. Gaga:

“It has been hard for me to find it but I have found love. When you meet someone that’s not intimidated by the amazing people that are around you [or] by the love that you receive—that’s love. Men weren’t always happy for me. It was very challenging to watch a woman be so successful.”  (x)

Lady Gaga by Inez and Vinoodh for Vogue Germany.

Lady Gaga by Inez and Vinoodh for Vogue Germany.

Lady Gaga by Inez and Vinoodh for Vogue Germany.

Lady Gaga by Inez and Vinoodh for Vogue Germany.

This album is a celebration. My pain exploding in electronic music. It’s heavy, but after I listen to it, I feel happy again, I feel lighter.

One of the Inez and Vinoodh-directed ARTPOP films that were shown at the artRAVE.

A video of the fashion film directed by Inez & Vinoodh shown at the artRave, featuring “Donatella”.